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Strategies for an effective job search in a tight economy

Strategies for an effective job search in a tight economy

The economy isn’t the best that it’s ever been, but it’s also not the worst. And while the job prospects make look bleak, there are ways to turn any layoff… Read more »

Top 40 Under 40 winners: Was an MBA worth it?

Top 40 Under 40 winners: Was an MBA worth it?

I have been reading a lot of articles and opinion pieces lambasting the value of an MBA. Here is another interesting article in the Globe and Mail with Canada’s Top… Read more »

New Brunswick minimum Wage hike will cost up to 7,000 jobs – report

New Brunswick minimum Wage hike will cost up to 7,000 jobs – report

A 10 per cent increase in the minimum wage will cost New Brunswick between 1,900 and 7,000 jobs, says the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. For that reason the provincial… Read more »

Will tough economic times kill work-life balance?

Will tough economic times kill work-life balance?

Cue the National Post: Our economic recession has created many workplace pressures, including long-term job security. Given the difficult economic times, many people are feeling the pressure to work harder… Read more »

Eight things your colleagues hate about you

Eight things your colleagues hate about you

Noted career expert Barbara Moses published an article in the the Globe and Mail today about personality types,  how they affect the workplace and how to navigate around them Most… Read more »

Senior Executives Are Not Happy In Their Jobs

Senior Executives Are Not Happy In Their Jobs

More than two-fifths of senior executives currently report job dissatisfaction, finds the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) latest BlueSteps Executive Satisfaction survey of 196 such executives worldwide during a… Read more »